In the northernmost reaches of Manitoba there is a pristine expanse of tundra, wetlands and forests as vast as Nova Scotia.
There are no permanent roads. No dams. No industrial development of any kind. Caribou and polar bears roam beneath massive flocks of birds near an estuary teeming with beluga whales.
Four First Nations, CPAWS, and others are working together to protect one of the last great wild places on our planet as an Indigenous Protected Area.
They need your help to preserve this national treasure.
Tell the provincial government to make it a priority to support the Seal River Watershed Alliance's efforts to establish one of the largest protected areas in Canada.